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GIAJJENNO

Re: The Talos debate
« Reply #150 on: June 14, 2018, 06:18:36 PM »
  What I will not reveal is my Bertrand, for obvious reasons, and what I don't like is to be called a liar or a scammer.

And again this. Why? Nobady in this forum asked that share your method, but I read this from you for no reason for so many times. We accepted that, and nothing happens, when you not reveal this, all know. And in this forum nobady call you a scammer, but often somebadies lick your face, that you are a genius, and you gave them revolutionary idea, so why are you say, that we call you scammer, liar? I dont understand, its like you must show us every time that you are better than others, like G√≥liat showed every day his force for nothing, when camed  David he just went down. But why you say that all times that you will not share it, when we not asked, and we not called you scammer? If you think, you has something good system, and you are lucky just play. Your debates are interesting, but nothing more, congrat for you ! ;)
 

Bebediktus

Re: The Talos debate
« Reply #151 on: June 14, 2018, 07:03:20 PM »
I think one of the bigest problems in internet is, that any can claim, that are best player in the world and wins millions. And how really he play, know something or not - not interesting for nobody.
This way all internet talk become to simple bla-bla -bla....
 
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MickyP

Re: The Talos debate
« Reply #152 on: June 14, 2018, 07:48:11 PM »
DrTalos has been attacked and called names on this and other forums. I have been included in the BS because I support DrTalos.
I must say, the slander has helped me realise that forums only serve a purpose to a point. Finding decent people to discuss roulette ideas with is a daunting task. Palestis and Harry J were a great team.
DrTalos has got a unique way of approaching the "unbeatable" game and if anything his ideas make one think a bit more about their approach to the game.
 
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mr j

Re: The Talos debate
« Reply #153 on: June 14, 2018, 08:14:37 PM »
Back to my question......
He is a doctor of what and we know this how?
 

MickyP

Re: The Talos debate
« Reply #154 on: June 15, 2018, 05:42:59 AM »
What does that have to do with roulette?
Is RG a ghost? Are you really the person in your profile picture? Am I as ugly as Brad Pitt? Trilobite....Mmmmmmm, Real......Mmmmmmm, UNREAL.
 

dobbelsteen

Re: The Talos debate
« Reply #155 on: June 15, 2018, 08:10:30 AM »
In this digital time of internet, there are so many ways to communicate. On the forums the members communicate only with thousand words. It is so easy to illustrate your comments with pictures. My attachments are very less opened and there is less responds. It is so easy to show your ideas with a power point presentation or video. Test your ideas with a computer program and publish the results. Discus the content of ideas and computer results.
With my roulette theory I can analyze objective systems .
In the blog I have published the results of  many systems and betting schemes.

My theory is the best way to learn  how you can responsible play roulette with pleasure and less risk

 
 
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MrPerfect.

Re: The Talos debate
« Reply #156 on: June 15, 2018, 09:59:16 AM »
How is it so, dobbelsteen?  Does your theory provides math advantage to the player?
   Because if not, it's far away from being " best" and will not give player ability to play with less risk... not mentioning being highly irresponsible to icentivate others to " play with pleasure ".
   I will be looking forward to this presentation of yours how your theory benefits the player and why it's best.
 

heatmap

Re: The Talos debate
« Reply #157 on: June 15, 2018, 12:20:21 PM »
In this digital time of internet, there are so many ways to communicate. On the forums the members communicate only with thousand words. It is so easy to illustrate your comments with pictures. My attachments are very less opened and there is less responds. It is so easy to show your ideas with a power point presentation or video. Test your ideas with a computer program and publish the results. Discus the content of ideas and computer results.
With my roulette theory I can analyze objective systems .
In the blog I have published the results of  many systems and betting schemes.

My theory is the best way to learn  how you can responsible play roulette with pleasure and less risk


i honestly like to think people enjoy doubting and wondering more about roulette than seeing their questions answered
 

dobbelsteen

Re: The Talos debate
« Reply #158 on: June 15, 2018, 01:42:30 PM »
Most visitors are disappointed roulette players. They hope to find the way for the HG or at least some information about systems. I am on the forum to share my knowledge and experience with newbies
 
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dobbelsteen

Re: The Talos debate
« Reply #159 on: June 15, 2018, 02:09:31 PM »
@ MrPerfect. My theory says that there are only 37 wagers. There are infinite systems.  Not one system is a HG. Every number bet has a DTOP. Smal events can finish with a profit or a loss. Smal particular rows are together not a random row. Knowledge of smal rows, experience,  a system, a strategy and talent are the corner stones of success.

A profit of 1% a 2% is possible.

A gambler will be always a loser. A player can have pleasure with a small profit or loss.  I shall never icentivate  to visit a casino
 
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MickyP

Re: The Talos debate
« Reply #160 on: June 15, 2018, 07:15:16 PM »
Smal events can finish with a profit or a loss. Smal particular rows are together not a random row. Knowledge of smal rows, experience,  a system, a strategy and talent are the corner stones of success.

"Small particular rows are together not a random row"; now that's a statement that has slipped through the cracks. I agree with you 100% but others seem to believe that roulette is one long game.
I also agree that one should not advocate gambling as a "secure" source of income because the risk of loss is ever present. No matter how much advantage you have calculated that you may have, there is always a chance that you will lose. Managing the win loss ratio can stabilise the returns indefinitely but this requires discipline.
 

MickyP

Re: The Talos debate
« Reply #161 on: June 15, 2018, 08:02:46 PM »
Having stated the above I believe that DrTalos has taken a very simple method and has created a winning opportunity out of any eventuality by adjusting and or recovering setbacks. Every spin is not a win (normal for roulette) but every string of bets produces a win or at worst it recovers a potential loss. His win ratio must be in the high 90% range for his first 4-6 bets thereafter it is recovery and a small win. He has created a comprehensive package that many methods lack.
I thank DrTalos for sharing some of his ideas with us.
 

mr j

Re: The Talos debate
« Reply #162 on: June 15, 2018, 10:17:05 PM »
What does that have to do with roulette?


With certain TITLES of education, back it up. Doctor, Guru, Professor etc.

You can bow down to some fake title RG but not me.

Ken
 

MrPerfect.

Re: The Talos debate
« Reply #163 on: June 15, 2018, 10:33:23 PM »
@ dobbelsteen,  theories do require justification.  At least 1 of underlying axioms of your theory is completely wrong. Not every number bet has dtop.  If number produces positive advantage for a player,  there is no dtop for it.
   Besides, percentages that you are stating have nothing to do with reality. Simple example. .. player bets red and win. The 100% profit.
  On other hand, if you speak about long run estimation, then even your 1-2% is not realistic.  According to your " theory" every number bet has dtop... so expectation is to loose more then win. It's not mentioning the fact that any positive outcome on long run will be in conflict with " existence of dtop" at the first place.
    As you can see yourself,  there is no any solid theory, just out of the blue statements that have nothing in common with reality.
 

MickyP

Re: The Talos debate
« Reply #164 on: June 15, 2018, 11:11:28 PM »


@Ken (Mr J); I do not bow down to people but I do appreciate people with knowledge on the subject of roulette. You are not one of them.
How much of a "Mr" did you feel like when you walked in on your girlfriend having sex with another man? The thought of not being able to sexually satisfy a woman like a real man must have hit you hard. Is that why you're on forums screaming for attention? Being rejected because you could not function as a real man has made you a bitter forum troll.
You know that you will never be able to rise to any heights as a man so you try and break people down to your level of incompetence. This shows your limited intelligence. Your arguments have no intellectual depth at all. I have not read one meaningful discussion that you hosted. Your posts in discussions hosted by others serve as a commercial break if anything. No value what-so-ever.
I fully understand your attraction to and use of prostitute services. You pay them so they have to praise your performance.  Can you even get an erection like a real man? You are bitter and angry because you were deprived of a respectable size penis that works. How can anyone take you seriously?
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